Qatar and “Taliban” discuss the latest developments in Afghanistan

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On Tuesday, Qatar’s Foreign Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, discussed with a delegation from the “Taliban” movement headed by Mullah Abdul Ghani Brad, the latest security and political developments in Afghanistan.

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The Qatari Foreign Ministry statement said that during the meeting, “the latest security and political developments in Afghanistan were reviewed, and the protection of civilians was emphasized.”

The meeting also discussed, according to the statement, “intensifying the necessary efforts to achieve national reconciliation.

Working for a comprehensive political settlement and a peaceful transfer of power, with the importance of preserving the gains made by the Afghan people.

In a tweet after the meeting, the Qatari foreign minister said, “I met this morning in Doha with a delegation from the Taliban, and we discussed the need to reach a comprehensive political settlement that achieves a peaceful transfer of power.

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It preserves the gains made by the Afghan people and draws the features of the desired stability and peace in Afghanistan.

And after taking control of several capitals of the major strategic states in recent days and forcing government forces to surrender or flee.

Last Sunday, Taliban fighters arrived in Kabul and declared control of the country.

After the departure of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his close aides, former President Hamid Karzai, veteran politician Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and chief peace negotiator Abdullah Abdullah formed a council to ensure a smooth transition of power.

The United States is working through a military force of about 3,000 soldiers at Kabul Airport to complete the transfer of American and Afghan nationals who cooperated with Washington.

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On September 12, 2020, historic peace negotiations began in Doha between the Afghan government and the “Taliban” mediated by Qatar and with the support of the United States to end 42 years of armed conflict in the country.